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Vision: North End Middle School will be a safe and structured environment where excellence is expected, diversity is valued, and family and community involvement is embraced. 
Mission: North End Middle School will prepare each student for academic and personal success in an ever-changing, global community. By creating opportunities for rigorous instruction, collaboration amongst teachers and peers, and academic and positive behavior support, every student can excel every day. We will strive for success and set challenging goals through critical thinking and school-wide support. We will take an interest in local and global community issues, raising awareness and creating a sense of responsibility within our students. North End Middle School will empower students to reach their academic potential and become respectful and active citizen leaders. Faculty, parents, guardians, and other stakeholders will form a partnership to encourage our students to become life-long learners and productive members of society.


Maloney Named Certified Magnet School

Maloney Interdistrict Magnet School has been named a Nationally Certified Magnet School by Magnet Schools of America. In a letter of commendation, MSA leaders wrote: "As a Nationally Certified Magnet School, your school has demonstrated through evidence, reflection, and strategic action, that you have established the Standards of Excellence in your school and fulfilled a commitment to your community stakeholders."  

Maloney joins Rotella Magnet School, which was certitied earlier this year. 

Artrageous Reception Shows Student Talent

The 4th annual Waterbury Public Schools art showcase, "Artrageous 2: A Season of Many Colors,"  included a public reception at the Mattatuck Museum for parents, students, staff and members of the community on Tuesday, March 21st. Art teahcers presented crtificates to participating students, whose art work has been on display at the museum since earlier this month. The exhibit continues through April 22nd. 

student art exhibit



Manufacturing Alliance Service Corporation (MASC) of Connecticut provides nationally certified training. MASC offers complete Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) Machinist certification or individual machining training courses. All courses are State of Connecticut approved for Apprenticeship. Fall 2018 MASC is offering a CT Manufacturing training program for Waterbury Public High School Seniors and includes a paid internship at a local manufacturing company. Open House is Saturday, April 28, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Click here for additional information. 

Future School Calendars

The Board of Education approved School Calendars for 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. These are available on the district homepage under Quick Links (left side of page) or by clicking here

Day On Hill

Several Waterbury Public School students participated in this year's Annual Day on the HIll in Hartford. The event, sponsored by the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, provides an opportunity for local Board of Education Commissioners, students, and other advocates to attend a program on the legislative process and then meet with individual legislators to encourage support for public education. Show below with the students are Waterbury Commissioners Charles L. Stango, Elizabeth C. Brown (president), Juanita P. Hernandez and Ann M. Sweeney. 

day on hill

Middle School Robotics

Our middle school students are also learning to compete in robotics. Two teams from each middle school recently held a competition at West Side Middle School. At the end of the morning, North End Middle School was the winner, Wallace placed second, and West Side placed third, but all students had the opportunity to practice and learn valuable skills that will help them in all academic classes, especially STEM classes.middle school robotics

North End Tops for Vocabulary

North End Middle School was named a “Top 10” school for the second month in a row for its participation in the national Vocabulary Bowl program for middle school students. North End was the winner of the Connecticut division for the month of February. The Vocabulary Bowl collects information on the number of new vocabulary words that students learn through an adaptive learning game. Link to video announcement.

National Day of Activism

Students in all Waterbury Public Schools high schools as well as comprehensive middle schools participated in activities observing the March 14, 2018 National Day of Activism Against Gun Violence. Each school had an opportunity to develop its own activity, with some choosing indoor activities while others allowed students to briefly exit the school. "It was a great day for student engagement and activism based on a great desire to change gun laws and remember the victims of the Parkland, Florida shooting, and to express kindness to one another, explained Paul Whyte, Instuctional Leadership Director. 

2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes spoke on the topic on CBS This Morning. Click here for a link to this interview. 

walk in planning

School administrators and police officials met prior to March 14 to discuss how school staff could allow students to express their opinions but yet assure the safety of all students on the day.  

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North End Middle School
534 Bucks Hill Rd
Waterbury, CT 06704
Phone: 203.574.8097

Fax: 203.574.8203